Though in many European countries there are no newspapers on the newsstands on this Good Friday, most of the ones one may find have their main headline on the deal reached yesterday in Geneva between Russia, Ukraine, the US and the EU on a de-escalation in Eastern Ukraine.
Other headlines — especially in Spanish dailies — are on Colombian Nobel laureate novelist Gabriel García Márquez's death, yesterday at 87.
'Ukraine, four "yes" against escalation"' - Avvenire, Rome.
'The US, Russia, Ukraine and the EU agree on the rebel's disarmament' - El País, Madrid.
'Business frustrates sanctions push' - Financial Times, London.
'Enter into the room' - Gazeta Wyborcza, Warsaw.
'Step for expansion in Ukraine' - I Kathimerini, Athens.
'Vladimir Putin held a stubborn line' - Kommersant, Moscow.
'Self-confident Vladimir Putin' - La Croix, Paris.
'Dearl on Ukraine: a hope yet to materialise' - Le Soir, Brussels.
'Insatiable' - The Economist, London.
'Portugal plunges in markets' - I, Lisbon.
'Gabriel García Márquez. The universal teller dies' - ABC, Madrid.